Within FlyLoops is a real time audio data visualizer that displays a waveform based on the live input audio, plus any looping or turntable output. The goal of this display is to be a professional level visualizer for the audio as it is being performed.
Recent improvements to the visualizer include the ability to alter a number of parameters (like the color, amplitude, view angle, motion, rotation) of the waveform, and to map those variables to audio properties of the current project (so that angle of view varies with bpm shift, meter timing, or input level). This way, when you change what you are doing (get louder, play higher, or scratch a turntable) the visualizer can respond by changing the color, position, velocity or overall display of the waveform in tandem.
More coming: look for video integration and live control data outputs (OSC – OpenSound Control) that can sync with VJ applications.